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Wheel Fitment QUESTION! Need Input =D

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I need to know from the guys especially from the one that run aggressive set....or anyone that has extensive knowledge

Will a...

18x8.5 +35 wheel fit in the front
19x10 +25 wheel fit in the rear

*I take in the account there might be some fender rolling and stretch tires involved.

But i need to know can it be done. Caliper Clearance and all that

PICTURES WOULD BE GREATLY APPRICIATED

Thanks a Bunch!!!!!!!!
 
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I'm sure they can be both made to fit, but the wheels on both front and rear will stick out past the fender.
 
Enkei RPF1 Type RC 18/19 2-Piece
Wheel Sizes:
Front: 18x8.5 +42 offset
Rear: 19x10 +27

on an 8.5" wheel +42 is the absolute max i'd put on my car. I'd say even +40 is too aggressive. +35? probably ok but you wont' be able to drive it aggressively imho.

caliper clearance is based on the wheel's spoke design...not so much on the offset.

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Enkei RPF1 Type RC 18/19 2-Piece
Wheel Sizes:
Front: 18x8.5 +42 offset
Rear: 19x10 +27

on an 8.5" wheel +42 is the absolute max i'd put on my car. I'd say even +40 is too aggressive. +35? probably ok but you wont' be able to drive it aggressively imho.

caliper clearance is based on the wheel's spoke design...not so much on the offset.

6179917782_373781c2c5.jpg

That looks nice Ryu,

Yes, im well aware they will poke pass the fender in which there will be some fender rolling, camber adjustments needed to be made as well as stretch tires. Yes, +35 is what i like.

What tires size are you running with those wheel sizes?
 
That looks nice Ryu,

Yes, im well aware they will poke pass the fender in which there will be some fender rolling, camber adjustments needed to be made as well as stretch tires. Yes, +35 is what i like.

What tires size are you running with those wheel sizes?

If you're "well aware" then why bother asking the question? I dont know what's the point of this thread.
 
I'm sure they can be both made to fit, but the wheels on both front and rear will stick out past the fender.

I have to disagree with this but for some reason I'm able to go with way more aggressive offsets and sizes then everyone else seems to say. :confused:



Yes my car is rather low... but 18x8.5 35mm will not stick past the fenders on my car. Neither will 19x10 25mm.

Stock camber. Zero rub. NOT a major stretch at all either.

Advan Model 5

18x9 35mm 225 35 18 Falken Fk452
19x10 19mm 275 30 19 Falken Fk452

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RYU your car looks perfect. Amazing setup and offsets as well!!! Love it, my favorite Blk NSX on the forum.

Enkei RPF1 Type RC 18/19 2-Piece
Wheel Sizes:
Front: 18x8.5 +42 offset
Rear: 19x10 +27

on an 8.5" wheel +42 is the absolute max i'd put on my car. I'd say even +40 is too aggressive. +35? probably ok but you wont' be able to drive it aggressively imho.

caliper clearance is based on the wheel's spoke design...not so much on the offset.

6179917782_373781c2c5.jpg
 
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I NEEDED TO KNOW!

Knowing that you can run those aggressive offset gives me reassurance, the specs i will be running would be fine on stock body with few tweeks.

Thanks,


I have to disagree with this but for some reason I'm able to go with way more aggressive offsets and sizes then everyone else seems to say. :confused:



Yes my car is rather low... but 18x8.5 35mm will not stick past the fenders on my car. Neither will 19x10 25mm.

Stock camber. Zero rub. NOT a major stretch at all either.

Advan Model 5

18x9 35mm 225 35 18 Falken Fk452
19x10 19mm 275 30 19 Falken Fk452

IMG_7861.jpg


IMG_7863.jpg


IMG_7866.jpg


IMG_7873.jpg


IMG_7865.jpg


IMG_0891.jpg


IMG_0895.jpg


IMG_0891.jpg


IMG_0892.jpg


IMG_0894.jpg
 
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